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Who is Your Superhero?

Diana Prince. Bruce Wayne. Peter Parker. Clark Kent. Bob and Helen Parr. They are better known to all of us by their Superhero names:  Wonder Woman. Batman. Spider Man. Superman. The Incredibles-Mr. Incredible and Elastigirl. They are just average people who accept the responsibility of being a Superhero. They protect the citizens and fight against injustice, all the while, never wanting accolades or publicity, or for people to know their true identity behind their masks and capes. 

Their nobility and bravery have stood the test of time through many generations. How many of us looked up to them? How many of our children want to be one of them?

Being a Superhero is every child's fantasy. Superhero play can help a child feel more comfortable with trying new things, or develop problem-solving skills, or learn to be more creative. Not only does it help with physical development as the child runs and jumps, children can learn about cooperation and teamwork.

Everyone needs a Superhero in their life. During this Holiday Season, please remember to keep your cape and mask on as you continue to assist StepStone in responding to the needs of survivors of domestic violence.